Blue's News shared a simple tower defense shooter type of Flash game titled "Dirty Earthlings" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Game Ark -- "You ran out of fuel and your ship crashed. Now, the human military forces want to capture you. Resist all human attacks while waiting for the arrival of the mother ship that will take you back to your planet. Make the most of all your resources: mighty towers, incredible powers, deadly weapons and kill everyone that tries to capture you..."
Blue's News shared an addicting Flash puzzle game titled "Assembots" on Free Web Arcade and its official web site, Free Online Games (FOG) -- "A modern take on a classic puzzle game. You must guide you robots from their work place back home to safety after a long shift at work. You must use the robots skills in engineering to bash through wall, blast through rock, dig down through earth, bridge over ravines an swim through oceans in order to save them."
Pew Internet has a few reports showing that "Teens are sharing more info(rmation) about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past, but they are also taking a variety of technical and non-technical steps to manage the privacy of that information. Despite taking these privacy-protective actions, teen social media users do not express a high level of concern about third-parties (such as businesses or advertisers) accessing their data ..."
Blue's News shared a turn based Flash card game titled "Back2Back Commander" on Games For Work and its official web site, Battle Cards, which has more features like online multiplayer -- "Play your cards right to defend and attack rockets. Kill enemy or lift off to win." and "Massively multiplayer realtime card strategy game."
Too much/many hates in this world.
A Contactually blog reports "Turn That Frown Upside Down? Maybe Not: Negative People Reply to Emails 36% Faster ... Engineers at Contactually, a referral marketing platform, recently analyzed over 100 million email conversations and determined that being negative actually is helpful when it comes to email. On average, negative people tend to reply to emails 36% faster than their positive, bubbly colleagues..."